NOTTS County ace Andre Boucaud still refuses to give up on the play-offs in League One.
The Magpies are seven points outside the top six with only six games left.
But midfielder Boucaud insists: "We're going to keep going for it!"
It might not be mathematically impossible for Notts to overturn the big points gap in the run-in, but it's going to take a storming end to the season for them to surge up the table.
They also still have to play four of the top-seven teams, starting with Brentford at Griffin Park on Good Friday and Yeovil Town at Meadow Lane on Easter Monday.
"They are two big games and if we want to get promotion we have got to go and win them," said Boucaud. "Draws are not good enough for us at this stage of the season."
The Magpies then travel to the south coast to face third-placed Bournemouth and also play league leaders Doncaster Rovers in their last away game of the season.
With home games against Colchester and Coventry City as well, Boucaud says everyone will fight until the very end.
"You can see the lads are putting their necks on the line," he said. "Everyone is in it for the right cause and we're trying to get into the play-offs, that's our aim."
The next few games will not only decide the Magpies' season, but also the fate of manager Chris Kiwomya, who was put in charge at Meadow Lane until the end of the campaign last month.
Boucaud thinks he has got a good chance of landing the top job on a long-term deal.
"Since he come in we haven't lost that many games," he added. "We've picked up a lot of draws, but we haven't lost a lot, so who's to say he can't get the job. He's come in and we're playing good football, we're fighting as everyone can see, so he's got a good chance."